The stage is being set

WNBA team news:

The 2022 Chicago Sky…….eight storylines.

How the Mercury are preparing for the season without Brittney Griner.

A look inside the Storm’s new arena.

With today’s cuts, the Sun finalized their roster at 11.

Three years after winning a title, the Mystics are back to being the underdogs.

The Fever are turning a page with a loaded rookie class.

The Sparks won in the offseason. How about when the games start?

Four keys to the Lynx season.

Team-by-team preview.

How each team stacks up.

WNBA player news:

Elena Delle Donne and Breanna Stewart are among key players returning from injury.

Signed Tuesday, Odyssey Sims seems likely to be in Minnesota’s starting lineup.

Baby first and then a return to the Lynx? Napheesa Collier hopes so.

Bay Area talent abounds in the WNBA.

Rookie Kierstan Bell’s confidence has impressed in Aces camp.

How good will this year’s rookies be?

Players and coaches voice concern about the league’s hard salary cap, and other issues.

WNBA vets are leaving the league in good hands.

WNBA coach news:

In her first full year as head coach, Noelle Quinn has the trust of her team.

WNBA news:

The WNBA and Twitter have expanded their partnership.

Brittney Griner’s absence and Becky Hammon’s return headline the new season.

Griner could be the last American basketball star in Russia.

The league and some of its players are speaking out about abortion rights.

College coach news:

Felisha Legette-Jack steps into the head coaching job at Syracuse with lofty expectations.

The search for C. Vivian Stringer’s replacement at Rutgers is complicated.

Longtime WNBA coach Fred Williams is Auburn’s new associate head coach.

Northwestern has hired Maggie Lyon as an assistant coach.